Kousa Dogwood Tree or Japanese Dogwood - so pretty! We have one at work and I always think it is so unique! It gets the coolest looking berries (that are edible!) after the flowers are done.
A woodland garden is one of the expressions which are difficult to translate into Danish. Often have I seen the term translated to 'forest garden', but it is not adequate. Anne Just is the one who has translated the best I think. She called it namely, 'a garden in the woods' and it's exactly what it is - Claus Dalby
Akebia longeracemosa "A collection from N. Taiwan. This makes a vigorous twining climber with semi-evergreen leaves composed of 5 slim leaflets. The scented blackish-maroon flowers are borne in pendulous racemes to 15cm long in spring. Purplish sausage shaped fruits can follow in autumn. Sun or semi-shade.":
Japanese Garden Style
Thalictrum 'Delavayi' 96 of 100 must have garden plants, 'chosen by people like Dan Pearson, Piet Oudolf, Fergus Garrett and others..." http://www.juniperhillfarmnh.com/2011/03/100-must-have-garden-plants.html